Sunday, November 29, 2009

Chaos U.K./Raw Noise "Making A Killing"

Four posts later it's Chaos U.K. again, only this time the reason is the band on the split side. I haven't listened to Raw noise in quite some time and since I've ripped the CD for my car I'm putting this here too.
In 1986 Chaos U.K. released excellent "Radioactive/Earslaughter" split LP with Extreme Noise Terror and this is their split with Raw Noise who were (together with Victims Of War) the base for making Extreme Noise Terror. This is their second release after the debut 7". They haven't recorded much during their existence and they had one more LP and an EP which was released this year, but I still didn't have the chance to hear it. They also say on their MySpace that they're recording new LP so be warned...
Not to bore you anymore, I'll just say this record is the part of the history and you're not punk if you don't have this. There.

Released: 1992
Label: Vinyl Japan
Size: 70 MB

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01. Chaos U.K. - Police Story
02. Chaos U.K. - C.Rap
03. Chaos U.K. - Society
04. Chaos U.K. - Ain't Got A Clue
05. Chaos U.K. - Through With You
06. Chaos U.K. - Speed
07. Raw Noise - Making A Killing
08. Raw Noise - Waste Of Life pt2
09. Raw Noise - Legal Murder
10. Raw Noise - Communication Breakdown
11. Raw Noise - Stench Of Death (Metal)
12. Raw Noise - Ratfink
13. Raw Noise - Brighter Than 1,000 Suns


Wednesday, November 25, 2009

B-day post

There it is. Today is two years since I started this blog and I cannot believe that it's still here. It seems that everything I start to do keeps my attention for just a couple of months (at best). As more frequent visitors (if there are still any) may notice, uploads have become fewer, but that's better than nothing I guess.
Anyway, to sum up those two years in short, I've put here the links for 10 most downloaded records in descending order. This order may not be totally correct since I was uploading my files before on two sites which have proven to be utter pile and caused nothing but problems. I guess that Suicidal Supermarket Trolleys "Shut Up And Drink" LP would be on top as most downloaded (especially since there's link to the post on their MySpace), but the stats from these sites are gone forever.
Also I've re-upped all the rest of old posts with dead links since there are some of my faves there and people are always hungry for more. If you find that I've missed re-upping some post please let me know.
OK, here's the Top 10 Röckin' Nöizes:

Antisect "In Darkness, There Is No Choice"
Kuro "Who The Helpless" 7"
G.I.S.M. "Bootleg Discography"
Patareni "Back To The Roots" LP
Eyehategod "Southern Discomfort"
Pizda Materna "s/t" 12"
Impact "82-85" LP
Dogma Mundista "Destiny Or Greed" LP
The Varukers "Nothings Changed" 7"
Riot/Clone "Do You Want Fries With That?" LP

and here are the Rë-üps:

Siebensünden "En Kula Till Tröst" LP
Pankrti "Dolgcajt"
U.B.R. "Harmonija (1983-85)"
Sacrilege "Behind The Realms Of Madness"
The Rocking Dildos "Horny Hit Parade"
The Rocking Dildos "On Speed"
Sedition "End In The Beginning Beginning in The End"
Contropotere "Solo Selvaggi" 7"
Contropotere "Il Seme Della Devianza" LP
Tromatism "Je Ne Veux Plus Avoir Mal" 7"
Maggot Slayer Overdrive "The Angry Buzzing Of A Million Flies" 7"
Inzest "Another Religion..... Another Violence" flexi 7"
A38 s/t 7"
Acid Rain Dance "Melting Resistance" 12"
Dawn Of Liberty "In Honour And Defence Of Mother Earth. To Hurt Her Is To Hurt Us" 7"
Terminus "News From Nowhere" 7"
d'Rotzbouwen "Aspirine" 10"
Stalingrad s/t picture 7"
VA "The Boredom And The Bullshit" 7"
SexA "Pussy In The Sky With Diamonds" 7"
No Choice "Sadist Dream" 7"

Enjoy and see you again in a while.

Friday, November 13, 2009

Time To Think "Where The Hell Is Andrew?" 7"

Today, while I was reading post about Academy 23 LP on always brilliant Kill Your Pet Puppy website, this single was mentioned. I don't remember who I got it from, but I believe it was Pete Williams who ran the record label and played drums in the band (and later Academy 23 too). The reason why I got it I don't remember, but it should be somewhere in my boxes with old letters at my fathers place. Nevertheless, thanks to the sender since I liked the EP and listened to it a lot. The band on this recording is comprised of before mentioned Pete, Andrew Ross (from the title of the record) and Andy Martin from The Apostles / Academy 23 / Unit fame. Some other people were involved in the band too, just not on this recording. They also have a website that was last updated on 11/11/01, but is really very informative on the band, label, releases and pretty much everything you'd want to know about the people involved.
Music-wise, this is classic anarcho hardcore punk of the 90s recorded at the budget on 4-track recorder. The 7" comes in a gatefold sleeve and inside you can find posters, two essays, lyrics, blurbs... You name it - it has it. (Man, I could go into advertising industry).
Give this a go and I'm sure you'll like it too.

Released: 1992
Label: Thinking Time Records
Size: 29 MB

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01 - Sean Was Here
02 - Gay Plague
03 - Cowards!
04 - c(Δλ/λ)
05 - A Bunch Of Cults
06 - Blipvert
07 - Mason
08 - The Death Of Muzs' Cassette Machine
09 - New Order